In this tutorial, we will show you how to prevent certain sites of your choice from not showing up in Google search in Chrome, Safari, and Firefox on your Mac or Windows PC, helping you refine your searches and improve your online experience.
Learn how to customize which websites Safari extensions can access on your Mac, iPad, or iPhone with macOS Sonoma, iPadOS 17, or iOS 17. You can decide whether to allow or block their functionality on specific sites.
Apple's iCloud Passwords extension now lets you autofill user names, passwords and authentication codes from iCloud Keychain using Chrome on macOS Sonoma.
In this guide, we'll show you how to install Google Chrome extensions on your Mac or PC to get extra features. We will also help you use, manage, update, or remove those added extensions.
Grammarly is a handy writing tool that helps fix grammatical errors, typos, and more. Like me, if you have been using it on your computer, you might want it on your iPhone too. In this tutorial, we show you how to install and use Grammarly on your iPhone - as a keyboard, in the iOS Safari browser, and as an editor.
If you are excited to try some third-party Safari extensions on iPhone and iPad, we show you the correct steps to do that. You will also see how to disable a Safari extension temporarily or uninstall it completely. And finally, we will go over three useful Safari extensions that you too might love using on your iPhone.
The upcoming macOS 11.3 software update brings new customization options to Safari, including third-party extensions for the browser's New Tab and New Window pages.
Apple has released a new Windows app for accessing saved web and app passwords in Safari through Google's Chrome browser. Now folks who use macOS and Windows interchangeably can finally use their passwords to log in to websites.
If there’s one thing you need when looking up something with Safari, it’s a way to capture a note when you finally find it. Yes, you can save a webpage right to the Notes app from Safari, but maybe you need a bit more.
We’ve scoured the Safari extensions available for capturing notes and have brought this list of free tools to you. Whether you want to jot down a quick note, clip part of a webpage, or a little of both, here are several free Safari note-taking apps to check out.
If you take part in writing online, whether a paper for school, article for work, or email for business, add-ons for your web browser can be very beneficial. That’s where this list of spelling and grammar browser extensions can help.
You can check your spelling and grammar quickly, make corrections easily, and ensure that what you’re writing is correct. For your favorite browser, see which of these add-ons is the best fit for your writing tasks.
Browser extensions can be very handy tools for accomplishing tedious tasks and organizing yourself better. The unfortunate part of finding useful extensions for a browser like Safari is that you could end up wasting time with add-ons that don’t do what you expected. They may not work as well as you hoped or simply don’t work at all. That’s why we’re here to help.
The Safari extensions on this list work well for their intended purposes. They are each ideal for a specific task that may be exactly what you didn’t know you needed. Check out these essential Safari extensions for working on the web.
If you’re new to Safari on Mac, there are plenty of great features for Apple's stock web browser. One of them, like other browsers, is the ability to install extensions. These handy tools can help you do more when you use Safari. Extensions can be anything from tab savers to shopping helpers to ad blockers.
Installing extensions is easy from the App Store. But you should also periodically review the extensions you have installed. Plus, knowing how to remove an extension is essential for those you no longer want to use.
So here we’ll show you how to manage the Safari extensions you have installed on your Mac.